Melania Trump Says Her "I Really Don’t Care" Jacket Was a Message: After initially denying the "I Really Don’t Care" jacket she wore to visit immigrant kids at a border detention center had no hidden message, Melania Trump admitted to ABC News that she wore it for the left wing media who criticize her and said they should concentrate on her initiatives instead of what she wears.
I have to admit, she does make a good point here. I mean, being a former fashion model, I’m sure no one has ever commented on any article of clothing she has ever worn before. And we all know that no one has so much as even described an outfit a First Lady was wearing until she came to the White House.
And how dare the press balk at her wearing a jacket that reads "I Really Don’t Care” while she’s headed down for a photo op with children her husband snatched away from their parents and locked-up in cages like animals.
And why don’t they ever mention her anti-bullying initiatives? After all, after living with someone who’s considered perhaps the world's most prolific bully for many years, she’s seen first hand the horrific damage bullying can do.
And while we’re on the subject of initiates, doesn’t anyone realize how much initiative it takes to make a decision about which insanely expensive outfit to wear to what event? Come on people, give this poor individual a break. Why it’s almost enough to send someone on yet another “no holds barred” shopping spree.